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    Sniffer Dogs Against Vegetable Contraband at the Juan Santamaría Airport

    A pair of canine units will track baggage in search of contaminated fruits and vegetables in order to reduce the risk of...

    Use of Agrochemicals Impacts Bee Populations in Costa Rica!

    To public opinion, in general; to the President of Costa Rica, Carlos Alvarado Quesada, and his cabinet staff in particular…

    Protected Wild Areas of the Arenal Huetar Norte Region Will Be Demarcated

    The Technical Directorate of the Arenal Huetar Norte Conservation Area of ​​the National System of Conservation Areas, informs the inhabitants of the...

    Costa Rica Has Certified 8 Thousand Hectares of Organic Agriculture

    More than 100 certified organic producers or in the process of transition, together with technicians and researchers, exchange innovative experiences and information...

    School in Platanar de San Carlos Evacuated Due to Fumigation in Nearby Pineapple Plantation

    In Platanar de Florencia de San Carlos, 21 students, their teachers, and even the principal of "La Ceiba" school were transferred to the local...

    The Most Modern Wholesale Market in Central America Starts Operations in Costa Rica

    The President of the Republic, Carlos Alvarado, announced last July 24th, 2019, the start of operations of the 1st stage of the Regional Wholesale...

    Producers Will Take Course on History and Production of Cocoa in Guatuso

    If you are from Guatuso or its surroundings, do not miss this training course on the history and production of cocoa in the area....

    Controversy for Appointment of Advisor to the MAG as Representative of Costa Rica before...

    The Rotterdam Convention is an international treaty in the field of the management of hazardous chemicals. According to FAO, the Convention establishes...

    After a 4-Year Restriction, Mexican Hass Avocado Enters Costa Rica Again

    After almost 4 years of conflict, the Government of Costa Rica reached an agreement with the new Mexican authorities on the conflict that prevented...

    Protecting Costa Rica’s Agriculture through Adequate Phytosanitary Controls

    The State Phytosanitary Service (SFE) controls and regulates the commercial exchange of agricultural products in both import and export, the registration, control and regulation...

    Pineapple Growers, the State, and Communities Set a North for Pineapple Crop Sustainability

    Encouraging the incorporation of good agricultural practices, strengthening producer organizations, and promoting spaces for dialogs are some of the actions prioritized by the monitoring...

    Costa Rica Committed to Protect Plant Genetic Resources

    The workshop gathered representatives from Bioversity International, the Ministry of Agriculture (MAG) and the Ministry of Environment and Energy (MINAET) as well as participants...

    20,000 fishermen to benefit from marketing planNuevo plan beneficiará a 20 mil pescadores

    SAN JOSÉ, Costa Rica – José Rodríguez, an artisanal fisherman in Puntarenas, has minutes to make a deal every morning on the docks overlooking...
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